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The weather’s been lovely lately, perfect for lawn lounging, Low Beach protests, and, tonight at 6 pm, Live At Lerner’s first spring concert, “Sounds Outdoors” on the sundial, featuring The Morningsiders and Ripe. We’re cozy with The Morningsiders, a campus band that graduated in 2014 and still uses Columbia’s neighborhood as its name. (They actually […]

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Not one, not two, but THREE free food opportunities await you on this gloriously freezing Friday. Pick your poison, or go to all three. It’s totally doable. First, you can enjoy both free food and free talent at tonight’s CoffeeHouse Sessions: The Autumn Show at 7 pm in the Diana. Jubilation! and CU Red Cross […]

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Maybe we’ll never be royals but we can still see Kings at noon in the Lerner Piano Lounge. That’s right, folks, we’ve got another Live at Lerner today, featuring a selection of miso soup, rice noodles with vegetables, kimchi fried rice, assorted dumplings, and even some fortune…cookies.  The band, Kings, is promised to have “tight vocal harmonies, […]

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Due to inclement weather (boy does that sunshine seem long ago), the WBAR concert tomorrow (Friday) is being moved from the lawn to the Event Oval on LL1 of the Diana Center.  Doors open at 4:45 pm, show starts at 5 pm. On a similar vein, please note that security will be checking for CUIDs at […]

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Being back at school is so dreary, right? Well, not today from 12 -1 in the Lerner Piano Lounge it isn’t! Come to Live at Lerner’s latest Sounds event for: The band: Bowmont, a Brooklyn band which is “like a punchier Coldplay, but more fun.” The food: Pita, baba ghanoush, hummus, falafel and more noms.

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As they are wont to do, our pals over at Live at Lerner will be presenting you with food and live entertainment today from 12-1pm. The food is Asian-themed: sweet and sour chicken and vegetarian lo mein (check out the Facebook event here). This week’s entertainment will be in the form of The Mast, and […]

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Symposium: Columbia Being Happy continues onwards today with another dose of Live at Lerner. Today’s production includes performance by Beast Make Bomb, a Brooklyn-based garage rock band with influence from the likes of the Pixies, the Velvet Underground, and Blink 182. Food for today is a Texan-inspired full meal including: Chicken or veggie quesadillas Nachos with […]

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Barnard College Radio WBAR has just announced the lineup for WBAR-B-Q XIX, the 19th incarnation of its annual concert and outdoor barbecue. The festival boasts “an all-day, all-free concert featuring 2 stages, 9 acts, 8 hours of music, BBQ & food.” From 2 to 10 pm on Saturday April 28th, you can expect lots of free food, games, […]

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Organ, Not Orgo

Why study stay cramped up in Butler this evening when you can have free fun instead? Don’t miss John Zorn, composer, arranger, record producer, saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, and avant garde icon, as he returns to his first instrument for this rare performance—his first solo organ concert in St. Paul’s Chapel tonight at 11 pm. Entry is free with a CUID! The […]

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If you’re hungry and/or looking for some quality music to listen to, look no further. Today, the final Live at Lerner performance of the semester brings us Lisa Jaeggi and a free lunch at noon in the Lerner Piano Lounge. The event page describes her as “Both distinctive in talent and character, Jaeggi blends folk, pop, and […]

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Those strolling across College Walk a moment a go saw a glimmer of Winter’s glow. Facilities is testing the lights in preparation for the annual tree lighting ceremony. Daylight hours may be waning, but at least we’re getting prepared to fight the night. Students assembling for the 2 pm OWS march to Union Square are […]

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#weekEND

Back in the day, Asenso Ampim and his crew brought you EC, Heights, or Campo. His new group, TwitterMafia, just dropped their latest Columbia-specific jam, titled “#weekEND.” You can listen to the song below or download the track via Mediafire. #Winning lyrics after the jump. What’s your favorite line?

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Barnard College Radio WBAR has just announced the lineup for WBAR-B-Q, the 18th edition of its annual concert and outdoor barbecue! The staff are pretty hyped about it, calling it “the most spectacular WBAR-B-Q ever.” From 3 to 11 pm on Friday, April 15, you can expect lots of free food, games, and giveaways on […]

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Update Your Playlist

The Columbia/NYU electronic band Night Eyes, which also recently made a fun flashlight-lit video, released its first EP called “Exhale” yesterday. The first 150 to download it from bandcamp get it for FREE, or you could pay $3.96 for it on iTunes. While you’re busy downloading, relive last year’s College Walk of Shame (not the […]

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WBAR Showcase 2010

Friday night at the Diana Event Oval, Bwog joined pleasantly not-that-sparse ranks of WBAR fans to see its showcase of campus bands. It was fun! The line-up featured a mix of styles, and included both undergrads and grad students: Puppy Cops Mike Ferraro & The Young Republicans Cloudlicker Dr. Blount Tetractys If your band is […]

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